Ballygram

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'''Thayer's Magical Ballygram''' was a periodical issued irregularly by [[Floyd Thayer]], as a substitute for his [[Thayer's Magical Bulletin]] in order to keep customers posted.
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'''Thayer's Magical Ballygram''' was a periodical issued irregularly by [[Floyd Thayer]] for the [[Thayer Magic Company]], as a substitute for his [[Thayer's Magical Bulletin]] in order to keep customers posted.
  
 
Over the years, it was released in a variety of formats. The first two issues were three 8" x 10" mimeographed pages printed on
 
Over the years, it was released in a variety of formats. The first two issues were three 8" x 10" mimeographed pages printed on
 
both sides.  Most of the subsequent issues were in 9 1/2" x 6 1/2" format and consisting of four to six pages. Many of the early Christmas issues had colored covers. Number 48 appeared in 1933 and was tabloid size  consisting of 4 pages. 59 and 60 were in printed  8" x 10" format.
 
both sides.  Most of the subsequent issues were in 9 1/2" x 6 1/2" format and consisting of four to six pages. Many of the early Christmas issues had colored covers. Number 48 appeared in 1933 and was tabloid size  consisting of 4 pages. 59 and 60 were in printed  8" x 10" format.
  
In all, 83 issues were put out by [[Thayer Magic Company]]. Later [[Rudy Roxo]] put out two undated issues from Traverse City, Michigan that were on colored stock in standard format consisting of eight pages each.  
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In all, 83 issues were published. Later [[Rudy Roxo]] put out two undated issues from Traverse City, Michigan that were on colored stock in standard format consisting of eight pages each.  
  
 
A complete file, therefore, consists of 85 issues.<ref>MUM, August 1973</ref>
 
A complete file, therefore, consists of 85 issues.<ref>MUM, August 1973</ref>
  
== References ==
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Latest revision as of 18:08, 23 September 2012

Ballygram
Ballygram.jpg
No. 68
EditorsFloyd Thayer
FrequencyIrregularly
First issueSeptember, 1925
Final issue1950s
Total issues85

Thayer's Magical Ballygram was a periodical issued irregularly by Floyd Thayer for the Thayer Magic Company, as a substitute for his Thayer's Magical Bulletin in order to keep customers posted.

Over the years, it was released in a variety of formats. The first two issues were three 8" x 10" mimeographed pages printed on both sides. Most of the subsequent issues were in 9 1/2" x 6 1/2" format and consisting of four to six pages. Many of the early Christmas issues had colored covers. Number 48 appeared in 1933 and was tabloid size consisting of 4 pages. 59 and 60 were in printed 8" x 10" format.

In all, 83 issues were published. Later Rudy Roxo put out two undated issues from Traverse City, Michigan that were on colored stock in standard format consisting of eight pages each.

A complete file, therefore, consists of 85 issues.[1]

References

  1. MUM, August 1973
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